This low-fat, easy-to-eat version of hot wings is packed with protein but requires no frying.
You only need a few simple ingredients, about 20 minutes, and a flavor for heat to make this dish.
There are 203 calories, 29 grams of protein, and 10 grams of fat in four ounces of cooked, ground grass-fed bison.
Beef contains 272 calories, 28 grams of protein, and 16 grams of fat per gram.
Chili powder, chipotle, ancho, and cayenne combine to create a tempest of heat.
Which is only moderated by the enhanced sweetness of grilled pineapple rings marinated in pork juices.
This classic bachelor meal is a significant upgrade from ramen crackers.
If you prepare a dish worthy of a date, you may not be a bachelor for long.
You have a can of chicken soup in your pantry, and it has been there for quite some time, as canned chicken soup is not particularly thrilling.
Perhaps you frequently consume supper at a pizza buffet.
Oops. Instead, increase the protein content of pizza with this simple recipe.
Not to disparage tomato soup and grilled cheese, but handmade tomato soup.